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I’m just curious which kind of anesthesia is applied for facial reconstruction.
Ah, finally I beat the Me gusta guy 😀
Nice! We’ll ship you the ‘Faster than Me Gusta Guy’ trophy and a pack of used condoms next week. 😉 Thanks, Tar.
Yay, thanks 😀
Wait… you know where I live? *jawdrop*
Trust me, I’m a doctor.
So that’s where surgical scars come from.
…whats up, doc?
The me gusta guy is a spammer. You could say me gusta about any post. I would spam his comment unless he refers to something specific in the comic. Speaking of which, how is the patient is willing to lay there quietly and permit Rabbitovitz to clout him on the head.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, Colleen. Dr. Rabbiwitz has been know to practice alternative medicine.
Love the clever way you’ve shown the star of david as an ordinary star on the mallet.
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Didn’t want the me gusta to die out. anyways, Isn’t this also how he knocks people out of comas?
It’s a versatile surgical instrument. 10 years of testing with former comedian Gallagher’s watermelons and 400 million went into research and development.
i really like how “Rabbitewitz” is spelled differently every time it’s written…
You broke the chain!
When I was little I thought a hammer was anesthetic XD
So it’s DR. artimis. Right?
Shouldn’t that star have a sixth point? XP
ahaha. Nice eye for detail. We’ll have the artist fired and replaced immediately…oh wait..